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Times of India
Mano is the ideal son. He is the light of everyone's life and he gives no one a reason to complain. Nandhini, a diffident girl who blindly trusts an astrologer, catches his fancy. He takes her on as his pet project. What happens then...
This film has multiple reasons to cause anticipation. Firstly, it marks the return of director S Bharath of Kanti fame. Secondly, it is the debut of V Ravichandran's son Manoranjan. It also has one of the most formidable banner backing it. Does the film entertain? Yes, to a large extent. What impresses most about the film is that it is no regular loud star son launchpad. Instead, it actually has an equally important role for the heroine and tries to have a narrative around the love story.
This film may have a mandatory introduction song but it doesn't have any dialogue that's narrated for just getting the masses excited. The premise of the love story is interesting, Mano has a soft spot for Nandhini and decides to help her become more confident. In this process, he helps her become a movie star who is wanted by all. Yet, she has no clue about his existence. This is when he unknowingly falls for her. Does he manage to get to know her?
Manoranjan has done a good job in his first film. He shows promise and seems pretty confident in front of the camera. Shanvi Srivastava has a good role and she makes good of the opportunity by giving a good performance. The songs and visuals are nice. The story could have been shorter by around 10-15 minutes, but it is sweet enough to hold one's attention till the end.
This film has a sweet love story that has its entertaining moments. The film may not be the over-the-top launchpad that one usually sees, but it does have a decent mix of action, romance and comedy that can get the youngsters excited. Go ahead, if you like your commercial love stories served with a hint of masala.